You are reading the first edition of the new EUI Library newsletter, #LibJab. #LibJab has an intentionally hybrid nature that allows a conversation between the Library and its users. Every item appearing in print can be found in the Library blog, where we encourage you to leave your comments. This will help us to better […]
The EUI Library issued the 7th edition Bibliography of Academia on 23 February. There are ten thematic sections: 1. The young scholar, 2. Methodology in the social sciences and humanities, 3. Academic writing and publication 4. Data for research, 5. Presenting, teaching and supervising, 6. Open science, digital and internet, 7. Science, education and society,
At the end of December 2016 – after 40 years of activity of the EUI – more than 2,700 EUI theses (PhD and LLM) are listed in Cadmus, the EUI research repository. There are today 544 EUI Open Access theses in Cadmus and 192 with an embargo (the latter to be lifted and open of four years after the […]
The 33rd edition of the EUI Library Bibliography of the Global Financial & Economic Crisis was issued on 14 January. All works are available in the Library. 38 new titles have been added since the September edition. Full publication details with shelfmarks, are in the Catalogue. The Library also maintains a Eurozone Information Directory with a bibliography on European Monetary Union. The Library welcomes suggestions for new acquisitions. The 33rd edition of the Global Financial & Economic Crisis Bibliography is sectioned as follows…
On 3 and 4 November the University of Messina organised a conference to celebrate the 10 years of Open Access in Italy.